Friday, April 9, 2021

Clarification

 


These bloated babies are called slow fish...not because they are slow to make...but to distinguish them from the darting fish.


Of course, I named these darting fish before I sewed them into teams of fish that are forever locked in paralytic confusion.

Meanwhile, I am still fighting tree debris. Admittedly, most of it is gone except there are twigs everywhere and massive hunks of tree that the firewood people didn't take. And just yesterday I found a massive branch that had fallen and was hiding in hedges.

And now I think of everything in terms of debris. I now consider scraps to be fabric debris. Also, yesterday I had the joy of upgrading the operating system of my computer in the hopes that it would resolve my ongoing computer problems. Several programs leave computer debris that cause conflicts slowing the computer to a crawl...I'm looking at you Adobe. And yes, I will omit any accounting of the categories of feline debris.

10 comments:

  1. Such a fun bunch of blocks. Lots of cat debris around here. Mr. Tugger is shedding his fluff evenly across all floors and on beds. Hate upgrading computer systems and software.

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  2. I hope the kitties aren't interested in fast or slow fish!

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  3. I really like the slow fish. The stripes make them fun.

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  4. I love both kinds of fish - both the quick and the slow.
    I hear ya on the cat debris - my two seem to have adopted a policy of "if it's worth having, it's worth breaking"...

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  5. I like both kinds of fabric fish. The darting ones look like they are doing a line dance. I hope the rest of your tree debris gets taken care of quickly.

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  6. Love both fishies. I have all black cat debris around the house. Hate computer problems. Would say I hate computers, but then I wouldn't be able to see your fabulous quilts

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  7. One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish... Love your fishy fishes!

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  8. Pretty fishes, I love the slow ones ;)

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